鳩山会館は、やっぱ入口があって 坂をあがって会館につくっていうか邸宅につく。昔のお金持ちは この家にたどりつく坂が大好きの様で でも、土地がでかくって相当の金額ではないでしょうか？鳩山会館も東京でこの土地面積ですから 相当な金額でしょう。
I went to the “Hatoyama Kaikan”, the residence of Mr. Ichiro Hatoyama, who served as the Prime Minister of Japan.
Ichiro Hatoyama’s home.
Hatoyama Hall, rather than the hall, it is Yukio Hatoyama’s grandfather Ichiro Hatoyama’s house. It’s a big mansion. Ichiro Hatoyama is a very famous person, so he has a big family. His grandson, Yukio Hatoyama, also became prime minister. But it’s amazing. There are two prime ministers.
Is this family money?
In the past, there was a time when the prime minister’s dream was the pinnacle of career advancement, but when I look at this family lineage, I get the feeling that it’s all about the power of money.
Yukio Hatoyama’s mother is Bridgestone’s daughter.
Yukio Hatoyama’s mother was a daughter of Bridgestone, and Yukio received an allowance of 10 million every month, even when he became an adult and prime minister. If you think about it, he might just be a tax countermeasure… It seems that Yukio’s mother owned Bridgestone shares for tens of billions of dollars, so she must have received a huge annual stock dividend. Yukio Hatoyama was the representative of the Democratic Party of Japan, and she automatically became the Prime Minister. It might be grandpa’s drawing, but it’s great.
Rich mansions always have slopes.
The Hatoyama Kaikan has an entrance, so you go up a slope and you go up to the hall, or rather to the mansion. The old rich man seems to love the hill that leads to this house, but isn’t it a considerable amount of money for a large piece of land? The Hatoyama Kaikan has a land area of this size in Tokyo, so it must be a considerable amount of money.
Ichiro Hatoyama used it as a place for policy meetings of the Liberal Democratic Party.
The Hatoyama Kaikan was opened to the public as a memorial hall. It is also known as Otowa Goten because it is located in Otowa, Bunkyo Ward. The Liberal Party (currently the Liberal Democratic Party) was established by the great merger of the Democratic Liberal Party and the Democratic Party, and Hatoyama’s residence was often used as a meeting place to discuss the establishment of the Liberal Party and its policies. After that, the mansion was remarkably deteriorated, but in 1995, a large-scale restoration work was carried out, and the mansion was regenerated. It was opened to the public as a memorial hall where you can see the Hatoyama family’s favorite items and souvenirs.